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Public agricultural R&D in South Asia: Greater government commitment, yet underinvestment persists

 Public agricultural R&D in South Asia: Greater government commitment, yet underinvestment persists
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Contributors: Gert-Jan Stads, Michael Rahija
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This report analyzes input indicators of public agricultural R&D for five South Asian countries: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. It presents trends and challenges with regard to agricultural R&D investments and human resource capacity throughout the subregion, and provides recommendations for ways to address some of these challenges.

Author(s): Gert-Jan Stads , Michael Rahija

Publication Date: 2012

Location: South Asia

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